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-authorization. yet today we have a bill that purports to be about education funding for minnesota kids. what kind of role models are we if we can't even have an educated conference about what federal money is currently going to minnesota? let's just look the at the arithmetic. the state was losing $650,000 annually from foregone revenues because the state trust lands were within the wilderness area. she supports the enactment of this legislation to make up for this revenue. yet because of the hastings amendment, this legislation actually takes $1 million in revenue away from the counties of lake, cook and st. louis. are we robbing peter to pay paul? that's the question and i reserve the balance of my time. the chair: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman's request to include the letters in the record will be handled under general leave. the gentleman from washington. mr. hastings: mr. chairman, i advise my friend that i am prepared to close if the gentleman will yield back his time, i'll be prepared to close. the chair: the gentleman from arizona. mr. grijalva: continue to
, christopher stevens, is an assault on america. and keith ellison of minnesota saying i'm deeply disturbed on the attacks on our diplomatic missions in libya and egypt. this is a tragic loss. can you follow what the members are saying, twitter.com/c-span, look for members of congress under the list there. while republican candidate mitt romney this morning in jacksonville said the white house gave mixed signals, quote mixed signals in its response to the breach of the embassies. the consulate in libya and embassy in equipped. and the questions from reporters is about 10 minutes. >> good morning. americans woke up this morning with tragic news and felt heavy hearts as they considered that individuals who have served in our diplomatic corps were brutally murdered across the world. this attack on american individuals and embassies is outrageous, it's disgusting, it breaks the hearts of all of us who think of these people who have served during their lives the cause of freedom and justice and honor. we mourn their loss. and join together in prayer that the spirit of the almighty might comfort
the trap game 49ers get trapped in minnesota,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a strain sunday for football everybody penciled in the raiders for a loss and the niners for a win, will start with the raiders' marcus allen live the al davis torched before the game, raiders down seven nothing, darren mcfadden 11 carries last week there he goes on a 64 yd run ties the game at 7, carson palmer flos add up for darius they were date 3 are touchdown pass. steelers led 17-14 at the half. steelers extend their lead to start the fourth. hayward bay gets drilled, he was knocked unconscious, after a 12 minute delay gives the thumbs- up and taken to local hospital the game went on. palmer under pressure, denarius more polymer's third touchdown of the game next possession ben nemerov was berger finds antonio brown brown loses the football. the raiders get a field goal and tie the game at 31. a minute left raiders forced upon drive the ball downfield. they get in to sea bass territory bring on sebastian jankowski 44 yds out the kid is good. the time expires the raiders beat the steelers 34-31 during >>> i thought da
national forest system land in the state of minnesota as limited recreational and conservation resources and lands owned by the state of minnesota in trust for the public school system that are largely scattered in checkered board fashion within the boundary waters canoe area wilderness and important recreational scenic and conservation resources, and for other purposes. the first reading of the bill shall be dispensed with. all points of order against consideration of the bill are waived. general debate shall be confined to the bill and shall not exceed one hour equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on natural resources. after general debate, the bill shall be considered for amendment under the five-minute rule. in lieu of the amendment in the nature of a substitute recommended by the committee on natural resources now printed in the bill, an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of rules committee print 112-30 modified by the amendment printed in part a of the report of the committee on rules accompanying this
a shocker another weekend with in the nfl the 49ers debacle in minnesota, a thriller at the coliseum. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> the strain sunday for football, everybody penciled in the raiders for a loss and the 49ers for a win, let's start with the raiders former raider marcus allen liddy towards before the game. raiders down 7-0 and 2 darren mcfadden, there's a 64 yd number and the game tied at 7. there were down 14-7 carson palmer floats it up for the touchdown pass the lead for pittsburgh at the break. scary moment here darius hayward bay drilled by the defender leading with his helmet. lead to a 12 minute delay taken to a local hospital, palmer under pressure spins around palmer throws his third touchdown of the game during the raiders get a get. brown loses the football, philip wheeler get said raiders get a field goal from that and the game tied at 31. under a minute left craters force the steelers on drive down failed polymer to hagen there now and sea bass territory during bring on jankowski from 44 yds the kick is up the kid is good. time expires the raiders get their first
hours of often, minnesota received its first snowfall. -- in the first hours of fall minutes, a receipt its first snowfall. the snow did not last. it is the earliest still fall in the region since 1995. that part of minnesota usually does not receive a measurable snow until late next month. >> your 11 and still weather + forecast -- your 11 insta weather forecast. we were in the 80's today. it felt like summer here at home. the average high as 76. we made it up to 84. in that heat and relative humidity, we popped off a few digs thunderstorms early this evening. most of the rain down across the lower eastern shore. back in to delaware and heading off the coast. nothing showing up from baltimore. should stay dry around the metro area for the rest of the night. showers and thunderstorms extends around new york all the way down the delmarva coast line. a strong front. a series of cold fronts coming through here over the next 12 hours. this is a main front moving off the eastern shore. there is a piece of energy in the upper levels of atmosphere scooting across the great lakes. three are in
officer: the senator sphro minnesota. mr. franken: i ask that the quorum call be vitiated. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. franken: thank you. madam president, i rise today to express my strong support for the veterans job corps act. i'm proud to be a cosponsor of the bill. i'd like to thank senator nelson for introducing the bill, and i'd like to thank senator murray, chairman of the senate veterans' affairs committee, for bringing this bill to the senate and for all that she's done for our nation's veterans. veterans have done so much for our country, serving courageously in the military, and they have been tested so profoundly and so many times over the -- in so many times over the last decade. these men and women have done everything for us. we owe them. that means they deserve the best health care and other benefits that they've earned from the department of veterans affairs. and that means a home. last weekend i was back in minnesota at a habitat for humanity build doing critical home repairs for a minnesota guard veteran, sergeant brian neil and his family. brian is
, 80. up near st. paul, minnesota, we got some great video to leave you with. we'll take a look at the rest of the forecast in a bit. but for now, that's the big picture, big smile and cheers. let's get a check a little closer to home. >>> all right, this weather brought to you by jimmy dean sausage. i have to say good morning. this is ashland. she wanted to say something to grandma and grandpa. >> hi. >> so cute. big smiles and cheers. everybody happy? we are. back to all of you in the studio. >> bye, ginger. we'll see you later. >>> coming up on "good morning america" -- show me the money, shoppers get the vise of their lives. cash that they didn't even know they had. >>> coffee buzz. the machine created by engineers from nasa and apple, that they say creates the best cup of coffee. i love cash back. with the bankamericard cash rewards credit card, we earn more cash back for the things we buy most. 1% cash back everywhere, every time. 2% on groceries. 3% on gas. automatically. no hoops to jump through. no annual fee. that's 1% back on... wow! 2% on my homemade lasagna. 3% back
round minnesota. she's been done by a champion and is now hoping to keep the success going overseas. she's been playing pool since she was 8. she's been competing in not winning but she takes on adults to. >>> one that said in my being punched. this is the shooting she was mvp honors of the old story. >>> she won the national title in her age group and will be heading to germany this december for eight international competition. she is reportedly the jaundiced minnesota to win a spot in the international world. >>> the replacement last are finally replaced. the deal that is in the nfl walk up. >>> a wild chase into the mercedes, into several cars including cbs five newsprint. >>> a clearer sidewalk in front of the federal building in san francisco. this is something we have not seen at about a year. , >>> occupied as a half with it again more than 40 people cleared up over night. what onto occupiers had to go. >>> the nfl and the referees to retreat a big deal. what it took to get them back to work. >>> we are starting wi
. some showers and thunderstorms in minnesota appeared that will come together and affect our forecast eventually. here is sarah caldwell. >> right now we're off to a pretty smooth start at the major roadways. right here at pulaski highway, word of an accident at middle river road. this one wrapping up in the city at exeter st.. monument street is closed near patterson park. that is for the sinkhole repair. north and west side, looking good. 83 is checking out ok. 11 minutes on the outer loop west side. nine minutes to go south on 895 from the merge down to the harbor tunnel tolls. here's a quick, live look at traffic. everything flowing smoothly to and from the bay bridge this morning. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> libyan leader say more arrests have been made in connection with last week's deadly assault. >> leon panetta warned spreading protest may last for days. hallie jackson joins us live with that story. what is the latest on protests for the middle east? >> protesters are setting cars on fire near kabul. anti-american demonstrations spread to australia and belgium.
in st. paul, minnesota, covering the republican convention. obviously, so much more oxygen and yet somehow even harder to breathe. invesco field, 84,000 revellers, the first presidential acceptance speech visible from space but before we get to barack obama, please welcome the cavalcade of hope players. stevie wonder. sheryl crow. the rolling stones were there. jimmi hendrix back from the dead. i can't believe it. oh, my god, wolfgang amadeus mozart was there. and there he is, hype we can believe in. >> with profound gratitude and great humility, i accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. >> yes, great humility. a less humble man might have delivered his speech at the grand canyon. my god. while the venue may not have been modest, obama's presidential agenda surely was modest. >> i will rebuild our military to meet future conflicts. i will restore our moral standing. i will end this war in iraq. i will also renew the tough, direct diplomacy. i will cut taxes. i will build new partnerships to defeat the threats of the 21st century, terrorism and nuclear prolif
, you know, i guess growing up in northern minnesota on the reservation and nearby in the town of ojibwe were half of a shopping position is native there were so many mean-spirited comments and misunderstandings from pierce and it seemed like the two worlds the native world and the nominated were also literally interacted attend kids on school trips 400 miles away from minneapolis driving around the reservation to get their. i felt like many kids and growing up i will go somewhere that has is a code with a population density bigger than the one that i came from coming and i will escapes this border land. and of course when i like to college i went to princeton university and i said i hope these guys are going to be educated and know something and the first question is where is your tomahawk. i thought well, the borderland follows me everywhere. and there was no way to escape it. but only a way through it. so, i realized there are not that -- i would be the barometer by which a lot of people would come in you know, understand or judge native people and issues and so i realized the importa
-navy s.e.a.l., superstar wrestler, and governor of minnesota. and a surprising theory on who he thinks is behind the anti-american violence in the middle east. and here he is, jesse ventura. good to see you. >> good to see you. good to see you. >> thank you. >> yeah. >> thank you. >> how are you, sir? >> well, i've got to get some water. i've got to get ready for you. i'm doing good. >> well, we've got an hour ahead of us. we'll cover a lot of ground. i want to start with the breakingews, the controversial and apparently secretly taped video of mitt romney at a private fundraiser. the person responsible wants to remain anonymous, but "new york" magazine reports it was passed along by jimmy carter's grandson, james carter iv. cnn has not been able to verify the authenticity of the recordings, but let's take a listen. >> 47% of people who will vote for the president. the 47% with him who are dependent upon government who believe they're victims who believe the government has the responsibility to care for them who believe they're entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you name
.e.a.l., superstar wrestler and governor of minnesota answers your questions. why he has no time for either the democrats or the republicans. and a surprising theory of who he thinks is behind the anti-american violence in the middle east. and here he is, jesse ventura. good to see you. >> good to see you. thank you. >> come on up. >> thank you. >> how are you? >> i'm good. got to have some water. >> we're going to start with the secretly taped video of mitt romney at a private fund-raiser. let's listen. >> the romney campaign released a statement in response reading -- mitt romney wants to help all americans struggling in the obama economy. as the governor has made clear all year, he is concerned about the money count be on the government, including the record number of people who are on stood stamps and the 23 million americans who are struggling to find work. jesse ventura, you were shaking your head, murmuring obscenities. apparently you weren't impressed. this says half the american people apparently are -- well, as he put it -- on the scrounge, not paying tax, victims, and living off
. >> the 49ers are on top of most experts power ranking list, but today minnesota beat them at their own game, combining solid defense with ball-controlling offense and just won the battle of the turnovers. coach harbaugh didn't like what he saw today. 15 plays, 80-yard drive, 7 minutes and 40 seconds long capped by christian ponder's toss to rudolf. rudolph. minnesota clearly has san francisco's defense out of sink -- sync and they had led at halftime. smith to vernon davis, 17-13, i think i smell comeback, but no. ponder to rudolf again. that is how you beat san francisco, 24-13. >>> niners were called for ten penalties, minnesota got flagged just once today. they had three turnovers to the vikings 2. minnesota 7 for 13 on 3rd down conversions. 49ers will stay in ohio to prepare for their game against the jets. raiders visit denver next sunday. >>> san diego looks like the class of the afc west, but today they looked very, very beatable. and the atlanta falcons love to go to san diego for more than the sunshine. falcons are 6-0 all-time in san francisco. matt ryan to future hall-of- famer t
in there as well, but at the same time you know i guess growing up in northern minnesota on the leech lake reservation in nearby going to school nearby in a town called bemidji where 30% of the population is native than half of the population is native. there were so many mean-spirited comments and misunderstandings from peers and it seemed like the two worlds, the native world and the non-native world rarely interacted. they would send kids from school until trips in 225 miles away to minneapolis driving around the reservation to get there. and so i guess like many kids growing up somewhere with where the population density somewhere than -- bigger than i came from and of course when i went to college and the first question i went to princeton university i thought these guys are going to be well-educated and know something and the first question was where should tomahawk? oh wow the borderland follows me everywhere and there was no way to escape it that only a way through it so i realized there are not -- i would be the barometer by which a lot of people would you know understand or judge
important dischairmans i put in there but at the same time, guess growing up in northern minnesota, and going to school there where maybe 30's of the population was native. and there were so many mean-spirited comments and misunderstandings from peers and seems like the two world, native and nonnative so rarely interacted. they would send kids on field trips to minneapolis, like driving around the reservation to get there. and so i guess i thought, like many kid growing up, i'll go somewhere that has a zip code with a population density bigger than the one i came from, and i'll escape that's borderland, and of course when i went to college, and the first -- i went to princeton university. i thought thigh would be educated, and they asked me, where is your tomahawk, and i thought, oh, wow. so i realize it, fair or not, would be the barometer by which a lot of people would understand or judge native people and issues, and so i realized the importance of my own work in that representation. >> host: great. one of the things i liked about your book also was balance. that's important. ou
the white sox increase their lead in the a.l. central? hmm-mm. minnesota scored more runs in the fifth than some teams do in an entire week. hung ten on the sox, went on to win it, 18-9. chicago leads the central by a game. >>> thumbs up to the pirates. beat the astros, 6-2. thumbs down to jose altuve. pedro alvarez with an infield fly. i got it, i got it. i don't got it. no way, jose. in came two. when it rains, it pours. houston lost their league-leading 94th game. >>> college football, after robbing michigan on saturday, alabama has taken over the number one spot in the a.p. poll. usc dropped to number two. lsu, oregon, and oklahoma round out the top five. >>> u.s. open, andy roddick came out flying against eighth ranked juan martin del potro. jumped out to an early 5-2 lead, but the argentinian came roaring back, tied it at 6-6. then the heavens opened. the second rain delay of the match. all andy could do was laugh. they'll continue today with roddick up 1-0 for a set tie break. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> well, snooki's baby is a cover boy,
harbaugh at minnesota christian ponder fines mikhail rudolph for the games score ponder had three touchdowns. 49ers lose to the vikings' 24-13 alex through his first interception of the season. a's and yankees at the bronx, the a's win 5-4. huge win for them. giants and padre's after san francisco clenches the division. san diego win 6-3 marty lurie tonight on game day breaks down what the giants postseason rotation should be >>> barry zito pitched well still be on the roster he was not even on the roster to years ago. >>> darius hayward bey well the get an update? >>> yes the coach as a news conference tomorrow will find out. that happened to him last year in minnesota he was carted off the field and gave the thumbs-up you wonder how many times can one player taking its >>> will see you at 11 on cb
minnesota re-election rate. that makes her the biggest spender and razor in the house behind only speaker john boehner. >>> republicans need to win only four new seats in november to take control of the senate, but "the new york times" estimates democrats now have a 77.7% chance of holding on to their slim majority. >>> check this out, a new poll shows president obama leading the race for racing car fans. the surprise results of obama ahead of mitt romney 48 to 47% by nascar fan voters. who knew. >>> the annual farm aid concert was held this weekend to raise money to help family farmers in america. since 1985 willie nelson says farm aid has raised more than $40 million. >>> and in an online commercial for the simpson's new season homer simpson goes to vote and picks mitt romney because, quote, he did invent obama care, duh. he's sucked into a tube to a factory in china but he's happy that he still has a steady job. >>> that is your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> and now here's your first look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow closed at 13,579 after losing 17 point
. they will discuss a study on the extending the line to the benning road metro station is or minnesota ave. 10 at's meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. at the department of employment services on minnesota avenue northeast. >> frederick memorial hospital is unveiling a new name and new logo. hospital officials say this signals a cultural shift that has happened over the past five years. during that time, frederick memorial has changed from a community hospital in major regional medical center. >> cowboys fans have a reason to smile. >> somebody had to win at the season opener. it was the dallas cowboys. the quarterback threw three touchdowns 22 virginia's kevin. they went on to beat the super bowl champions. it is 4:44. >> coming up, a woman who survived a bizarre attack. what she says >> we are hearing from a second man attacked near eastern market. 26-year-old casey adams was talking on his phone early tuesday morning. that is when he says a man ambushed him at gunpoint. he says the man knocked into the ground and a second man came. they punched and kicked him in the face before taking off with his sma
, a really strong storm system over hudson bay. going to drop a cold front. northern tier of minnesota. saturday afternoon. again if there is going to be humidity, maybe some of the storms trying to be severe, small hail from them. going into saturday evening. 64 right now in minnesota. 70 chicago, the cooler air over the eastern third. hop skip and a jump toward parts of denver, phoenix n is where the heat will maintain, 91 to around 100. blend of sun and clouds tomorrow. it'll be a dry day, like tomorrow but you will notice the clouds increasing west to east. maybe a spot shower over washington and garret. by saturday afternoon, this cold front comes in to play bringing in the chance ever a shower or thunderstorm. high pressure builds back in for sun and a beautiful an. breezy and cooler with temperatures falling back into the low 50s or -- 70s reaping. terms of future trend. temperatures -- cooler north and west of town. frederick flirting the upper 30s. into tomorrow afternoon mostly sunny with late clouds developing, temperatures in to the 70s. upper 70's close to 80's. not as chi
in minnesota. this is why we love the end ofs. >> counterfeiter with desktop technology. >> don't fall for fake tickets. how to spot a playoff scam. the news starts right now. >> in the blink of an eye a woman's life was changed. someone shot her paralyzing her from the neck down. she survived but she faces a daily struggle to recover. tonight she has a new tool to help make it easier. >> it takes just the slightest movement of her eyes and she is reconnected with the world. the eight thousand dollar piece of equipment allows her to e- mail, text, surf the web, skype everything that a person who could type could do. >> she gets online or facebook, seeing her friends you can see her face light up. >> reporter: to use her old computer she had to move her entire head which was exhausting because of the shooting which left her paralyzed from the neck down. >> it helps me to be able to talk with my family. . >> reporter: and as you just heard now that he is off the ventilator she had to use the last time we talked to her she can talk. >> i feel that my condition has really improved. it
in minnesota. pillarson has been playing pool alongside her dad. and larson is so good at pool she recently one the national title in her age group which qualified her to compete in an international competition in germany. >> we both love the game, and that's the neatest part. we get to spend a lot of time together. >> larson is said to be the youngest person in minnesota to win a spot in the world tournament. what a nice day for father daughter bonding. >>> we have a check of the forecast, lauren watching the roads. there were 30,000 fans at the o's game. i guess you want to be careful. >> prepare. >> i'm sure it will be congested down by the yard. did you guys watch any of the games. i think there were 8 home runs. it was incredible. hopefully they can keep it up as they take on the sox. >> the weather turned out to be pretty good for a while. >> remember yesterday we started out with storms in the morning. we got a little bit of a break. it warmed up in the afternoon. this is what i'm expecting for today. we could see a shower in the afternoon. not going to rule that out as we play the raven
. the minnesota twins, no match for the yankees. they lead. it will give you an update on the a la carte races at the last week of the homestand continues. that is a little later on. >> thank you. he will appear on the ellen showed moderate the baltimore "batman" made an appearance last night at the ravens came to protest bullying. but there are consequences. sheldon joins us live from camden yards for he also made an opening day appearance. >> there sure are consequences to behavior like this. mark harvey as it charges after that incident on opening day but he is since been banned from camden yards. all that and not stop him from making a comeback this weekend. this time, the part of the charges were more serious. for better or worse, mark harvey made in it for himself on opening day when he ran onto the field wearing nothing but as black cape and his underwear. he was arrested for this on field appearance but it did not stop him from maki a comeback. this time, it was that m &t bay stadium while the ravens played the patriots. >> it was almost half time he did it. i heard all this noise and
to minnesota. >> chevron is reportedly facing a criminal investigation over alleged deception that carried out at troubled richmond refinery. the environmental protection agency wants to know if the oil giant tried to sidestep air pollution procedures. >> if you can't trust the person to do what they are supposed to do. >> richmond is still reeling from the explosion of a core oweded pipe. >> it's serious again whether it's intentional or negligent. >> this super advisor is angry over flaring. it's a pressure release part of refining oil and since 2005 a process measured and recorded. but not this time. >> they had to actually turn a valve to open it up. >> at chevron, inspectors found a bypass line allowing flaring without detection. >> we begin to lose confidence in the facility. >> regulators didn't buy chevron's explanation that the 100 foot pipe was balancing pressure. at least 27 times polluting gasses mraired from the stack -- flared from the stack. >> we weren't able to quantify material accurately as to how much went out. >> a statement estimating total emissions was approximately 200
.s.? sam lazaro reports from new york and minnesota. >> the billboards and signs in the jackson heights section of queens, new york reflect dozens of languages, cultures and nashnas nationalities. it's a rich community diverse but with poverty. there's a story for that, too. a version of bangladesh's famous gremine bank. no fancy lobby here. there aren't even enough chairs. but from this and five other cramped quarters in queens and as far away as oakland, california, gremine america disperses dozens of microbusiness loans each day, all of them to women. most around $1500. it's the brainchild of u.s. trained economist mohammed unis who won the nobel peace prize for success with microlending in his native bangladesh. he wanted to prove the concept could work in a developed country. using foundation grants and borrowing commercially under a federal community reinvestment law, gremine america began in 2008 to wary customer exception. >> they were afraid what we were offering, low-cost loan, no collateral, no credit scores, no history necessarily of being in business and we would give them
governor of minnesota, the incoming c.e.o. of the financial services round table, that is a financial industries lobbying group based in washington. the governor joins us from the twin cities in minnesota, congrats on the new position, governor. this bank rate sur i have find higher minimum balances, overdraft fees an surcharges over the paths four years. as you move into this position, do you sense baking fees are appropriately regulated currently? >> well, when it comes to regulation, of course, financial institutions, i want regulations to be clear and firm, but fair. and one thing that's not fair is price controls imposed by government. i think history shows the best way to have price goes down is to have competition and lots of consumer choice. and to have government step in and insert and exert price controls never works and it won't work here either. >> tom: over the past year the financial industry, well really over the past four year, let's be honest, the financial industry's reputation has been dinged. but the financial trust index has found a percentage of americans trustin
in minnesota are looking for answers after a deadly workplace shooting. >> a man is now under arrest and he was under probation. >> the roads are a little wet so give yourself allow extra time. [ male announcer ] with ultra-filtered water from the first hands-free system, and micro-climate controls powered by twinchill technology, the new ge french door refrigerator puts fresh in a whole new light. come see the new ge french door refrigerator for yourself at bray & scarff. buy now and save up to $500. but hurry this incredible offer ends october 10th. come in today or visit online at brayandscarff.com. >> welcome back to 11 news today. 5:10. 72 degrees downtown pier we have some light showers approaching the downtown area. temperatures outside the city in the mid 60's. this is our best chance for showers, at least through 8:00 a.m. only a 30% chance you will see a shower. mostly cloudy showers. into the afternoon, and high of 77. mostly cloudy. still an isolated sprinkle this afternoon. better rain chances tonight. >> police in minnesota are trying to determine what caused a man to open fir
of a lawmaker over gay marriage. tonight, chris kluwe of the minnesota vikings is my exclusive guest. he's trending on twitter. a lot more coming up in the next half hour. stay with us. >> clint eastwood is finally splabic his rnc disaster. >> i'm nots going to shut up. it's my turn. >> you oent believe what he's saying now. >> and the ohio secretary of state is playing chicken with a federal judge over voter suppression. nina turner isn't pleased and she joined my tonight. this is. his morning starts with arthritis pain. and two pills. afternoon's overhaul starts with more pain. more pills. triple checking hydraulics. the evening brings more pain. so, back to more pills. almost done, when... hang on. stan's doctor recommended aleve. it can keep pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol. this is rudy. who switched to aleve. and two pills for a day free of pain. ♪ and get the all day pain relief of aleve in liquid gels. oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor
. jesse ventura, the ex-navy s.e.a.l., superstar wrestler, and governor of minnesota. and a surprising theory on who he thinks is behind the anti-american violence in the middle east. and here he is, jesse ventura. good to see you. >> good to see you. good to see you. >> thank you. >> yeah. >> thank you. >> how are you, sir? >> well, i've got to get some water. i've got to get ready for you. i'm doing good. >> well, we've got an hour ahead of us. we'll cover a lot of ground. i want to start with the breaking news, the controversial and apparently secretly taped video of mitt romney at a private fundraiser. let's take a listen. >> there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. and 47% of the people who are with him regardless if they are victims because they believe that the government has a responsibility to them, and they are entitled to health care, food, housing -- you name it. it is an entitlement and the government should give it to them, and they will vote for this president no matter what. these are people who pay no income tax. >>> and mitt romney i
not deal with it everyday. that book hits shelves october 1st. >>> now, let's shift to minnesota where congresswoman michele bachmann has amassed quite a treasure chest for the re-election bid for the house seat there. as of july 25th, bachmann has raised and spent nearly $16 million according to the fcc report reports and that is more of any member of the house, and second to only john boehner, the speaker who has raised $18 million this election cycle. since her election to congress in 2006, the tea party star has been making an aggressive push for more tea party representation in the house. bachmann is now in a very close race with democrat jim graves, her first significant challenger since running for that seat back in 2006. joining me now to talk about it, in minneapolis, jennifer brooks of the "minnesota star tribune." jennif jennifer, good afternoon to you. >> hi. >> and congresswoman bachmann does not have trouble getting people to write cheshgs but there was an internal poll that notes that she has a pretty small lead that is well within the margin of error. why is bachmann fa
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